Move Mouse, click there, sleep, and again....

while true; do xdotool mousemove 1390 500; xdotool click 1; sleep 1; xdotool mousemove 780 800; xdotool click 1; sleep 1; xdotool mousemove 1000 800; xdotool click 1; sleep 1;done
Moves the mouse, leftclick and sleep 10 seconds, move to another place, click and sleep again. And so on.

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By: nosports
2016-07-03 17:55:55

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